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Horton Reviews Wright -- Part II

Here's part two of Horton's review of N. T. Wright's latest book on justification.

Click here: White Horse Inn Blog

Reader Comments (2)

Is this any different from Mike's analysis of Wright in Covenant and Salvation?
August 27, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterB.C.
It seems Rev. Horton is missing Wright's point (unless, of course, I am missing Hortons point!) To my understanding, Wright is not claiming that Reformers totally ignore things like the covenant with Abraham, New Creation, etc. He is only claiming that these themes are ignored specifically in connection with "justification". And this becomes all the more significant because within our Reformed circles, "justification" often becomes the main thing. Thus, you are left with the Reformers "main thing" ignoring what Wright understands to be the "main thing" of the Scriptures, namely the covenant with Abraham, the story of Israel, and the New Creation.
August 29, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterArnieB

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